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Bayanat Engineering to unveil new brand identity

DUBAI, May 10, 2017

UAE-based Bayanat Engineering, which operates and manages its companies in sectors with a high-tech engineering profile, will be showcasing its new brand identity at the upcoming Airport Show 2017 in Dubai.

The event is being held from May 15 to 17 under the patronage of Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA), chairman of Dubai Airports and chairman and chief executive of Emirates Airline and Group.

The key products to be showcased include AMHS/AIM, VCCS, ATC ground-to-air radios, vitalsphere networking, tower automation, simulators technologies in various territories and remote control management systems.

Bayanat Engineering is set to undertake massive expansion of activities to new industry sectors in its 17th year of  participation.

CEO Georges Hannouche said: "This has been a year of remarkable achievements for the group. We are proud to announce that Bayanat Engineering has been honoured with an Award of Excellence from Abu Dhabi Airports and awarded as Outstanding Supplier."

"The joint venture between our establishment in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia with Nesma Holding has helped us further consolidate our operations. The Middle East’s aviation sector is booming and in our endeavors to serve this continuously growing market, we are now expanding our activities in new industries using technologies we have been providing for over 20 years," he added.

According to him, the company has carried out hundreds of airport infrastructure projects in the UAE, and across the Middle East.

“We are happy to observe more attendees coming from the GCC and Middle East area, which helps appreciably Bayanat Engineering Group, as we are considerably growing in the region,” stated Hannouche.

Hannouche, a leading aviation veteran in the Arab world, said a free market environment is a must for the growth of the global aviation sector.

"Aviation industry is a key pillar of global economy. In order for the sector to continue a growth trajectory, a free market environment is a must. Controlling this environment and closing on open skies would affect global economic growth," he remarked.

Hannouche pointed out that the Middle East aviation industry was expected to grow further to meet the demands of an increasing number of air passengers worldwide.

Recently, Bayanat Engineering, along with Frequentis, was awarded a contract by Abu Dhabi Airports Company, to modernise voice communications infrastructure of Al Bateen Executive and Delma Airports, he added.-TradeArabia News Service

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